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Experience, a skill or attitude?

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Experience, a skill or attitude?

  1. 1. EXPERIENCE A Skill or an Attitude? By www.aircto.com
  2. 2. As an Hr, did it happen to you again? Did the excellent candidate turn out to be a disappointment? Does it feel like someone is closing all the doors on you?
  3. 3. You must have got the picture by now that hiring process is not a child’s play. But, why not? It should be simple and smooth. Right?
  4. 4. It is actually when you keep certain points in mind while hiring. The following is the bird’s eye view for as to why selecting a right person is hard. It can be a good start for your hiring mechanism.
  5. 5. Excuseme,whereisyourexperience?
  6. 6. Most good candidates lose out as they don’t have enough work experience to put on the table. Myriad number of freshers who have good potential to learn s don’t get the desired role because of this strange phenomenon.
  7. 7. Raising the Bar
  8. 8. An employer generally has high expectations from an applicant. Their mindset is generally skewed towards the fact that they expect a good experience and on the job skills which are harder for applicants to live up to.
  9. 9. Rigid job description By having a strict job description, you are inadvertently disregarding a good applicant who lacks only one or two skills, which can be developed easily.
  10. 10. You may not realize the obstacles keeping talented folks from rising to top positions, thus it is necessary to look for potentially untapped resource: your own people! The key is to look for the attribute your talented employees possess, and then measure those qualities for screening potential applicants.
  11. 11. Ralph Marston rightly said, Excellence is not a skill. It is an attitude. Visit us at www.aircto.com Need help with interviews? Mail us at contact@aircto.com

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